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Fox News Host Kimberly Guilfoyle: Apologize For Insulting Young Women

Thu, October 23, 2014 6:13pm EDT by Bonnie Fuller 12 Comments
Kimberly Guilfoyle Fox News Insulting Young Women
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Kimberly Guilfoyle — what were you thinking when you argued on the Fox News talk show, ‘The Five,’ that young women aren’t mature enough to vote and serve on juries!

Kimberly Guilfoyle, could you have dissed 34.1 million American young women even more on your Fox News show, The Five, when you described them as boy-crazy nitwits?

Fox News Host Kimberly Guilfoyle: You Need To Apologize To Young Women

You made incredibly insulting comments on Oct. 21 when you had a heated conversation with co-hosts Greg Gutfeld, Bob Beckel and Dana Perino, about how women should, but may not, vote Republican the upcoming congressional elections on Nov. 4.

Now there you were — a highly accomplished professional woman of 45 — dissing and dismissing an entire generation of American young women.

In your opinion, young women are too empty-headed to even have the right to vote or serve on juries.

“…young women on juries are not a good idea, they don’t get it. They’re not in that same (older) life experience of paying the bills, doing the mortgage, kids, community, crime, education and healthcare,” you claimed.

And here was your kicker, “They’re like hot and running around without a care in the world.”

Really Kimberly. Young American women are hot and running around without a care in the world? Have you been outside the Fox newsroom in the past several years? Have you heard of the Great Recession and about the enormous challenges that American young people — female and male — have had finding jobs in the past several years. They have hardly been running around without a care in the world!

Instead, young women have been going to college in record numbers and in fact, outnumber young men in enrolling in higher education.

Over sixty-eight percent of young women now graduate from college compared to 63.5 percent of young men.

Today, more women — 52.2% — enroll in law school than young men — 47.8%. Women are also attending medical school in record numbers with 48% of the grads being female today.

This hardly seems like American young women are not concerned with education and paying bills and mortgages, like you emphatically told your viewers.

They have lots of cares in the world and are trying their best to prepare themselves for being able to pay bills and mortgages and have a family.

Kimberly: You Don’t Criticize American Young Men

Kimberly, you weren’t willing to back down from dismissing the brainpower of young women, even when at least one of your co-hosts supported their right to serve on juries.

Instead, you insisted that, “I didn’t say they shouldn’t be (on juries). I just think, excuse them, so they can go back on Tinder and”

You are one misogynistic woman! You didn’t criticize American young men, who are presumably, the “candy” attracting young women to Tinder and

Presumably you feel that the male sex is worthy of voting and serving on juries.

It’s a little ironic that you believe that young men are more serious and grounded than young women, when most American women in their late teens and in their twenties would emphatically disagree.

Probably the biggest complaint that women have about the opposite sex is that American men are too immature to commit to a monogamous relationship, let alone make serious life… or voting…or judicial decisions.

Kimberly, just because young women vote Democratic in larger numbers than young men do, is no reason to bash their brain power or claim that they lack it.

For your information, more American women in general — 72.8 % — are registered to vote than men — 69.1%.

So if they were in reality so busy being on Tinder and, I doubt they’d have more time than men, to register to vote.

Kimberly, you owe an apology to the best educated and hardest working generation of American young women ever!

You’re the one who sounds like a nitwit! Not them! Do you agree HollywoodLifers? Let me know.

— Bonnie Fuller

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